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CW
Jul 13, 2011 9:00pm CDT
coming back each year old embraces her mother moments after getting the tragic news her brother joshua just six years old was still try to understand that his father 34 year-old joshua hudgins gunned down last night while working 15 years at alice's barbeque in the bronze build neighborhood >> there are people who do what they are supposed to do every day to go to work take their children to school that look at report cards a debt meetings with teachers and then something happens >> that something was likely gang crossfire and joshua hudgins was in the wake taking multiple shots to the chest never stood a chance family and friends do not believe joshua hudgins could have been the intended target >> just walked outside to take a smoke break not out there one minute lit a cigarette by the time he took one puppy was on the ground >> not far from the makeshift memorial outside alice as barbecued sick reminders of the homicide bullet holes that conjure up bad memories for the people who knew him so well but hopefully these surveillance cameras will reveal something police reportedly hav
CSPAN
Jul 16, 2011 7:00pm EDT
douglass has passed away. the question is, washington has emerged as the new joshua. he refers to ashington as this joshua and come up as it turns out, washington isn't the militant leader that joshua buys come buys come and look to leaders that the new joshua should be. and du bois is presenting himself as the marker or a successor to douglas, the more appropriate joshua than he sees in washington. >> what that second professor, what was du bois' relationship with the larger white community found him? >> of quarters du bois was one of the founding members of the sbc. one can talk about the larger white community in a number of different ways. want to talk about the naacp with respect to african-american activism. the point that i try to stress is why it du bois was about intellectually and eight bring up the space for thinking, not only about du bois' engagement in appropriations of contemporary, american thinkers, but to think about his time in germany. so for example, du bois is not only interesting because he was a student at harvard, is also interesting because he is the student of gus
CBS
Jul 17, 2011 5:00am PDT
, and in san rafael august 6, 7, and 8. welcome back to jay and joshua. we are talking about other pieces that are going on at the san francisco jewish film festival. i know it is the first and really the most well attended jewish film festival in the entire world. congratulations. >> thank you. >> what else is happening this year? >> well, one of the things where most excited about is every care we give out one or more. it's called the freedom of expression award. this year we are having current quest, to receive the award and to introduce spartacus, it's the 50th anniversary of spartacus. kirk douglas considers that his finest moment in that he broke the blacklist, actually, by insisting that the screenwriter gives his real name in the credits. that is part of why we are giving him the freedom of expression award. also, he is a jewish actor that is very proud of judaism as his religion and has weekly sessions with his rabbi. we are really thrilled to have him on the stage. >> think some people may not actually be familiar with what the blacklisting was in hollywood. how would you explai
PBS
Jul 23, 2011 1:00pm PDT
and "california watch." josh richman, legal and political affairs reporter for "the oakland tribune." and joshua johnson, morning newscaster for kqed news. joshua, let's start by talking about what are some of the concerns that have been raised around this whole affair and why is there so much upheaval over it? >> the concerns seem to fall into two basic buckets. one has to do with the actual actions of the police in general toward people in the bay view. the other has to do with the environment in the bay view and conditions that may have given rise to what happened saturday. let me set up what happened saturday. we can go from there. san francisco police say that they were making an investigation into a young man who came into the back of the muni t third line around third and oak dale. that young man apparently took off running. police pursued them. they say he fired indiscriminately, over shoulder, perhaps over his arm, back in the direction of the police. they fired back and then returned fire. it was around that time we begin to see youtube videos as what we now know as 19-year-old kenneth
NBC
Jul 19, 2011 12:35am PDT
." very excited to catch up with mila kunis. also, our buddy, tech expert joshua topolsky is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] he's got a big announcement. big announcement. really big announcement. yep, yep, yep. and he's bringing a computer or something. i don't know. he's like a tech expert. he brings computers or something. [ light laughter ] new camera or remote control or something. remote controlled cars. >> steve: like a pen that writes -- >> jimmy: could bring a pen that writes upside-down. [ light laughter ] he's always funny, though. >> steve: yeah, you know, god bless him. >> jimmy: got a big announcement, apparently. >> steve: big. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> steve: all right. >> jimmy: maybe he's getting his hair cut different or something. [ light laughter ] and he's gonna announce it on our show tonight. so happy that he picked our show to announce it. no, he's got a big one though. big announcement and -- yeah, something, you'll see. and also, making their tv debut, music from this rock duo. oh my god. they're from baltimore, maryland. wye oak is on the show tonight. [
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2011 10:00am EDT
, and the question is who will be the new leader. washington emerged as the new joshua; right? refers to washington as a joshua born man of god, but he's not the mill at that particular -- militant and du bois is appointing himself as the more appropriate joshua than he sees in washington. >> host: that said, professor, what was du bois's relationship with the larger white community around him? >> guest: he was very much involved as a founding member of the aect. talk about the largest white community in a number of ways. one can talk about du bois, again respect to the naacp, with respect to african-american activism. the point that i try to stress is what du bois was about intellectually and try to open up the space for thinking not only about du bois's engagement with an appropriations of contemporary american thinkers, but to think, too, about, for example, his time in germany so, for example, he is not only interesting because he was the student of josiah, but the student of gustav and because he was involved with the relationship between the human science and natural science and whether we sh
CBS
Jul 26, 2011 5:00pm EDT
superintendent, dr. joshua stark.  >>> welcome back. we have breaking news to talk about coming from out west. a live look from fairfield, california, a massive fire at a plastics plant. look at all that black smoke. it is sending black smoke across the area. this is near travis air force base. plant is an industrial area. know no evacuations have been ordered. >>> a new school year comes with a change at the top. dr. joshua star replaces the now retired dr. jerry. and today i sat down with star to talk about the successes in the challenges that await him in maryland's largest school district. >> what are you hearing is going to be your most pressing problem here in the county school? >> i think one of the most immediate challenges is the budget. continuing the path that we are on, continuing to help all kids achieve at high level and graduate college and career ready and to do that with diminishing resources. >> how is the county going to keep pace with all these young people that it has to educate with the budget constraints? with the building constraints? >> manage and gr
KOFY
Jul 27, 2011 11:30am PDT
california parks more money.  >>> yosemite, joshua tree, which park is your favorite? coca-cola is sponsoring a national contest america is your park and you can vote. top vote getter a $100,000 grant. second place gets $50,000 and third place wins $25,000. you can earn extra points for your park by uploading photos on facebook. >> that is going to be tough. but the weather will be nice for that if you are going today. >> in some places. here is a look at mount diablo and vollmer peak is where the camera situated. clear sky and temperatures in the upper 70s. one of the neighborhoods in the east bay, concord and livermore is feeling the warmup by the delta and parts of the north bay. elsewhere, not much change, still a lot of sunshine. you can tell where the fog is, oakland still patches of fog. also the coast, half moon bay. marine layer is situated all the way up and down the coast. 66 in redwood city. 71 in santa rosa with 70 in fremont so getting brighter in parts of the east bay. sunshine today for the time being. we may see the fog linger throughout the coastline. we'l
SFGTV2
Jul 10, 2011 2:30pm PDT
treasurer, dale hemminger. joshua smith has been with us for years. the board secretary, our new board members. [applause] this year marks the 45th anniversary of san francisco pride. we continue to create diversity and march in the street parades. this year we will be focusing on our youth. pride is at the forefront of protecting the lgbt youth and fighting against bullying. our committee has continued to fight since last year. we had a big treat with don't ask, don't tell. a federal judge overturned proposition 8. we continue to fight hiv and aids for our committee. the theme this year "in pride we trust," many ask how we could have that thing this year. it is in san francisco that we fight for equality, a diverse culture, we fight for liberty and freedom for everybody. it is fitting that the community, our leaders, that we can trust our city leaders to stand up with us and stand brown. i hope you will join us for the march and celebration. -- we can trust our city leaders to stand up with us and stand proud. i hope you will join us for the march and celebration. [applause] >> i have
ABC
Jul 25, 2011 5:00pm EDT
-old from joshua tree court. they're both held without bail. throughout the course of the investigation,the detectives identified these two individuals. they did know both victims and we were able to link them to the shooting. as far as the motive, we don't know it. jamie costello, abc2 news. >> thank you, jamie. >> tonight, abc2 news is working for you. we have a warning about people posing as bge workers. if you want to keep your power on, you have to make a cash payment, they say. rarely, bge goes door to door to collect payments. they haven't collected payments in cash in years. you should ask to see their bge labeled company idea with their picture on it. abc2 news is your place to get the latest news and information on scams. for more information, go to abc2news.com. go to the money section. there, you'll find the latest information under the scam alerts tab. >>> well, investors showed their frustration with washington and took it out on wall street as the leaders continue to squabble and bicker in raising the debt limit. with the clock ticking, the president, fellow democrats and
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 5:30am EDT
to generics. aaron gilchrist talked with dr. joshua winer about surprising ways to save at the pharmacy. >> i think there are a lot of people who don't realize you really should shop around, even for when it comes to your prescription drugs, right? >> it really can make a significant difference. let me give you one example. there's a medication called a z-pack a very commonly prescribed aantibiotic. the price difference can be significant. one pharmacy or several pharmacies, actually that i called for that particular medication for the generic version cost $40. i called another pharmacy, it was $8. >> wow. >> so we're talking five times the difference, which -- and it's not just the z-pack. >> it's worth noting, too, these drugs really do the same thing. it's the same stuff, brand name versus gentlemennerric, right? >> most of the time, but there are times when one medication will not work the same way that the brand name worked so you have to be a little bit cautious. >> so you have coupons and savings clubs and all sorts of things. >> exactly. a lot of pharmacies will automatically offer th
PBS
Jul 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
of art. here we have a painting by joshua dighton. dighton was the last of the family who had worked through the 19th century painting initially caricatures of regency bucks and all this sort of thing. through the 19th century, robert and richard dighton did these caricatures, sometimes jockeys and so on, and joshua dighton particularly specialised in doing that. at auction, a picture like this, taking the story out of it, just a picture of a jockey on a horse, is worth about £2,000, 2,500. the bronze is a fantastic thing. i'm a little bit concerned about the colour of it; it's not absolutely perfect. nevertheless, a rare thing by an artist like this, and at auction would probably make about £6,000 to 8,000. are they hanging up at home? they were in an old trunk, and we didn't know they were there. my wife just found them when she was rearranging a bedroom, which is going to be decorated soon. is it a house you've lived in for ages? yes, it's been in the family for a long time, since about 1230. good grief! since 1230. i'm not insinuating these go back to when the house was built,
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2011 2:30pm EDT
? washington has emerged as a new leader. du bois say he's emerged as the new joshua. but as it turns out washington isn't the militant leader that joshua was, militant leader that the new joshua should be. and du bois is presenting himself as the more appropriate successor to douglass, the more appropriate joshua than he sees, than he sees in washington. >> well that said, professor, what was w.e.b. du bois' relationship with the larger white community around him? >> well, of course, du bois was very much involved, one of the founding numbers of the naacp. one can talk about the larger white community in a number of different ways. one can talk about few boys, again, with respect to the,naac, with respect to african-american activism. the point that i try to stress is what du bois was about intellectually. and i try the open up a kind of space for thinking not only about du bois' engagements with an appropriations of contemporary american thinkers, but to think, too, about, for example, his time in germany. so, for example, du bois is not only interested because he was a student of just
ABC
Jul 27, 2011 11:00am PDT
=x=x=x=x=x=xi >>> yosemite, joshua tree, which park is your favorite? coca-cola is sponsoring a national contest america is your park and you can vote. top vote getter a $100,000 grant. second place gets $50,000 and third place wins $25,000. you can earn extra points for your park by uploading photos on facebook. >> that is going to be tough. but the weather will be nice for that if you are going today. >> in some places. here is a look at mount diablo and vollmer peak is where the camera situated. clear sky and temperatures in the upper 70s. one of the neighborhoods in the east bay, concord and livermore is feeling the warmup by the delta and parts of the north bay. elsewhere, not much change, still a lot of sunshine. you can tell where the fog is, oakland still patches of fog. also the coast, half moon bay. marine layer is situated all the way up and down the coast. 66 in redwood city. 71 in santa rosa with 70 in fremont so getting brighter in parts of the east bay. sunshine today for the time being. we may see the fog linger throughout the coastline. we'll see a little sun late in the day but we'll k
FOX
Jul 14, 2011 12:00pm PDT
, and madmen. >> actors joshua jackson of the tv show fringe and actress melissa mack cathy is one of the stars announced the minnesota series. the show starring kate winslet nabbed 21 nominations. madmen got 19 bids. modern family is the most nominated sitcom with 17 bids. the last three air here on ktvu. the 63rd prime time emmy awards will be presented september 18th at the nokia theater in los angeles, and it will be hosted by jane lynch. you can go to ktvu.com to find a complete list of the emmy nominations. go to the right now section on the front page. >>> ahead, what the government had to say this morning about the jobless rate. harry potter fever burning hot, fans can hardly wait. ahead, what some of them are doing tonight. >>> taking a live look at the big board on wall street, stocks were positive at the start of the day but they've slipped into negative territory, thanks to some new consideration about comments that ben bernanke is making on the capitol hill today about the situation with the debt ceiling. the dow currently down 42, at 12,449. now, initially what brought optimism th
ABC
Jul 14, 2011 7:00am EDT
there waiting for the news and actors melissa mccarthy and joshua jackson and john shatner are here. >> there's chris connelly. >> there's chris. >> you know he has -- >> there's the emmy and here are the nominees. >> in two, one, go. >> the television academy and hollywood, california. [ applause ] >> good morning. i'm john shaffner, chairman and ceo of the academy of television arts and sciences. welcome to the 63rd primetime emmy awards nominations announcements. television has always been at the forefront of innovation and creativity and this past year has been no exception. our members have worked extra hard in selecting this year's emmy nominees. joining me for the presentations this morning are melissa mccarthy who stars in "mike & molly" and joshua jackson who stars in the fox broadcasting series "fringe." melissa, joshua, thank you, thank you so much for being here so early in the morning. thank you. >> our pleasure. our pleasure. >> melissa, ladies first. >> quite a gentleman. the nominations in the drama series category are dashboar-- "boardwalk empire," "friday night lights," "gam
ABC
Jul 15, 2011 2:35am EDT
the nominees with actor joshua jackson of "fringe." >> melissa mccarthy, "mike and molly." >> oh my god, yikes. >> usually see more familiar faces during these emmy nominations than at your tenth high school reunion. any time there's a new face it's pretty exciting. >> reporter: several actors were nominated in their final chance to win an emmy for their current roles. connie britain and kyle chandler earned lead actor nods in a drama for "friday night lights" which was canceled. steve carell, who's leaving the starring role in "the office," was nominated for best actor in a comedy. the awawd ceremony will be held on september 18th in los angeles with "glee's" jane lynch hosting. karen travers, a a news. >> would you say you're a true "mad men" fan? >> i am, as a matter of fact. you can almost call me a don draper wannabe. >> you've got the look, i can see it. there you are. >> check it out. i really should have worn my fedora, what was i thinking? i love the pocket scarves coming back now.
ABC
Jul 11, 2011 5:30am EDT
coordinatingcouncil will be the first of 2011. anthony brown and joshua sharpstein will lead the meeting discussing health care changes in the state. a key agenda item includes the progress of establishing the state's health benefit exchange. >>> baltimore living classroom foundation is teaming with up geafrican american for tom promote health and wellness. the collaboration includes a healthy cook demonstration, flag football for elementary student and a discussion about careers and science, technology, engineering and math. >>> the national september 11th memorial begins taking online ticket reservations today to manage what they expect to be heavy demand. it opens to the public on september 12th. following events for victim's families on the 10-year anniversary the day before. reservations will be required because of parts of the memorial plaza are he can spb to be open to -- expected to be open to visitors. >>> the crew aboard the ins national space station are -- international space station are hard at work. they delivered food and clothes and other items. they have enough to keep the outpost
CBS
Jul 15, 2011 12:00pm EDT
. 29-year-old joshua myers of greenville elementary school faces two counts of distributing child pornography and one count of receiving child pornography. prosecutors say that the case against myers was brought as part of project safe childhood. a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual abuse. >>> why did two planes strike each over last night at boston's logan airport? the passengers on both flights were shaken up. man well guy yay gus has more. >> reporter: the two planes were on intersecting taxiways waiting to take off. one was a delta 767 headed for amsterdam, the other a smaller jet, a delta regional carrier. it was bound for north carolina. the larger aircraft clipped the smaller one and the 767s pilot knew right away. >> reporter: passengers on both planes felt a jolt. >> we were third or fourth in line to leave raleigh and i was half asleep. the next thing you know, there's a bang. >> reporter: there was some damage to the 767s wing. but the tail of the regional jet was nearly sheared off and the disabled plane could no longer taxi back. >> r
CBS
Jul 24, 2011 1:35am EDT
community leaders has forced police to step up patrol here. joshua works the door security at the black squirrel and says he's seen the dangers in adams morgan at the hands of people who come here purposely looking for trouble. >> you see everything, you see theft, see people getting beat up. see people get taken advantage of. >> reporter: the start of operation adams morgan on friday night more than doubled the number of police officers patrolling the streets. it's to keep the area from being tarnished with crime and they hope the commitment to take adams morgan back from thugs remains for the long run. >> but also as a community on 18th street, we have to take responsibilities too. >> reporter: most of adams morgan businesses are small, family owned restaurants and shops like the cafe. but these folks the fight to clean-up the area and rid it of violence is a personal mission. >> and hopefully we'll do it all summer long to really create a lasting impact. >> reporter: it's underway and business owners are hoping the bring back the customer who is may have left for fear of violence. >>
CBS
Jul 26, 2011 6:00pm EDT
a new leader. joshua star comes to the system from stanford, connecticut. and today, we talked about the disparity in test scores that lingers in spite of great gains in the classroom. >> so how are you going to address the perceived achievement gap that still exists in this county? >> well, i don't think anyone would say that the work is done. we have to look at ways of intervening and supporting those children who are struggling to meet standards and we really have to think about the debt that we owe to our kids. >> helping to close that gap starts with assessing each child, testing them along the way to understand what they need and in some cases that may mean reteaching a subject and others it may mean accelerating a child to give them more rigorous course work. let's see if we are going be accelerating the ride home. monica is here with a look at the light and it's still green. >> commuters are feeling relief with the weather and the traffic. let's take you around town. it's going to take you about 20 minutes to leave old georgetown road, past connecticut avenue to new hamps
CBS
Jul 1, 2011 12:00pm EDT
, they'll have a new superintendent. dr. joshua star officially took over as superintendent of the county's public school. he arrives in rockville after leading schools in kentucky and he takes over for dr. jerry wees who led schools for 12 years. >>> coming up on 9 news now, mending those that protect all of us. we'll show you a special program that is helping all of the brave men and women hurt while serving our country. >>> but first, fire racing towards a nuclear lab. the race to put out one of the worst wildfires in new mexico's history. >>> welcome back. firefighters in new mexico say they're confident that a wild fire will stay away from the town's nuclear lab. crews clear trees and brush around the facility that might have fueled the fire. nearly 12,000 residents were forced from their homes this week and won't be allowed back until at least sunday. a thousand firefighters are working frantically to contain the blaze that is just 3% contained at this point. >>> this afternoon, prince william and his wife katherine will role up their sleeves and get some cooking lessons from a prem
CNN
Jul 17, 2011 5:00am PDT
we wanted to use. a couple kids we want to focus on. two kids people probably never heard. joshua davis. >> he is a toddler missing out of texas who went missing from his family's home. there are a number of people in the house. he is -- barely 2 years old, and cannot reach the doorknob, but somehow they are alleging he got out and walked the streets. he has not been seen since. the police say they are a number of pedestrian files listed in the area. it's a convoluted case. where is joshua? >> another name, tyler thomas. another name nobody has ever heard. once i read the details, this sounded like other stories. >> a 19-year-old college student. good student. she was out partying with her friends and we spoke with her friends she was with that night, a little bit of drinking going on and she left home to go by herself, and somehow she got into a car with a 29-year-old gentleman who was attending the college as well. he has been arrested. he is saying that they had consensual sex, and she was going to tell everybody that she was raped by him, and she has never been seen since. >>
CBS
Jul 27, 2011 6:00am EDT
a new superintendent this year. >> liz name, dr. joshua starr, he sat down with our lesli foster the talk about the future of the county schools. >> reporter: what are you hearing is going to be your most pressing problem here? in the county school system? >> i think one of the most immediate challenges is clearly the budget. continuing the path that we're on, continuing to help all kids achieve at high level and graduate college and career ready. and to do that with the diminishing resources. >> reporter: how is the county going to keep pace with all the young people it has to educate with the bullet constraints? with the building constraints? >> you know, managing growth is certainly one of the complex challenges that we have. we have to build new schools, about 2,000, 3,000 new kids every year and we have a commitment to keeping class size at a reasonable level and we know that having an effective and great teacher in front of every child is the most important thing. >> reporter: what are your goals for montgomery county schools? what is the tenure of dr. joshua starr going to
CSPAN
Jul 24, 2011 8:45am EDT
letter he wrote in 1855 to his friend, joshua speed. josh grispi being lincoln's friend who is really one of the few people that lincoln became close to in the course of his life is remarkable that someone like lincoln was such a rich inner emotional life had very few people he could really become close to him confined to but joshua speed was one of these people. he is the man with whom lincoln famously's shared a bed for four years when they were young and. so lincoln rights to speed, and this is as a know nothing movement, the anti-immigrant movement is really catching fire in america. and he says, you do, our country was founded on the principle that all men are created equal. and then that became all men except negroes are created equal. and now it seems to be -- becoming all men except negroes, catholics and immigrants are created equal. and if this is what our country is going to be, i might as well move to russia where i can take my despotism, unadulterated with hypocrisy. so i think lincoln did ultimately freedom and slavery work incompatible, whatever he may have found it expedie
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2011 10:00am PDT
a group of childhood friends from marysville, washington. joshua james was the ring leader and an addict himself like most of the others. he brought in kenny as well as the gang's main distributor, another old pal named colin walmsley who operated out of his garage. >> it was a pharmacy in a garage. >> pretty much it was a farmee in a garage. he had a huge safe that he had the drugs organized in the safe in alphabetical order. >> if you commit crimes long enough you'll get caught. sooner or later the nature of the work is you make some mistake. >> like using their own cell phones instead of disposables which allowed the feds to track all those middle of the night calls to pharmacies. or josh james' fake i.d. complete with photo plus his image captured on a hotel security cam. the same night and right next door to a burgled pharmacy. and then there was the east valley drug store in concrete, washington. >> he's actually looking. >> right at the camera. >> now he realizes. there's a video camera. >> and he smashes the camera. this is one of the mistakes they make. because he didn't get rid
FOX
Jul 14, 2011 6:00am EDT
... and by joshua jjckson from "fringe." "fringe." - he nominations are being presented by actress melissa mccarthy... and by joshua jackson from "fringe." -american idol from "fringe."fox nominations: -hugh laurie for house- cat deeley- houue-huuh laurie for fox nominations: --ugh lauuie for house- cat deeley- sytycd- ryan seacrest- idol- american idol- best rrality program- sytycdd best reality program- glee- best comedy series you can see the 63rd annual emmys hosted by jann lynch from "glee" on sunday peptember 18th at 8pm here on pox45. ((toss tt weather)) 3 (((d lib meteorologist)) coming up... phink you've got what it takes... to become the next show's executive producer... has for áyou.áyou're watchiig pox 45 morning news.. all locall. all morning. ((break 6)) ((bump in)) dining deal or you.ffo just 10 dollars, you can get aa20 &pdoolars worth of food there. owner and head chef marta quintana joins us this morning with more.--garlic mussels marinara--rettil line--cuban salsa--what is mooo? mojo? to get your hallfoff gift card, log to get your half off gift card, log on to hey its half of
NBC
Jul 6, 2011 11:00am EDT
depression. about 15% of new moms struggle with it. dr. joshua weiner joins us now. first of all, what is postpartum depression and how do you recognize it from just the baby blues that a lot of people feel after having a baby. >> the baby blues are low mood, irritability. those occur in 50 to 80% of women. generally, those are more mild and resolve within two weeks. postpartum is really a full-blown depression that's occurring shortly after berth. sometimes generally within the first few months after birth. and really, what you're experiencing is all the symptoms you would experience if you were having a regular depression disorder. women are more likely to experience concentration problems, lots of anxiety, agitation, and they're also having appetite changes, energy changes. they're sometimes experiencing suicidal thoughts, feeling very hopeless, worthless. wherever somebody's having real significant mood changes, shortly after having had a baby, you need to be at least thinking about the possibility that you could be experiences postpartum depression. >> and what is the difference b
NBC
Jul 13, 2011 11:00am EDT
that up to 20% of women suffer from mood or anxiety disorders during pregnancy. dr. joshua winer is here to talk about the symptoms and how that can be treated. and you were telling me, this is sort of a tricky thing when it comes to pregnant women. let's start with the symptoms of depression. >> so the reason it's a tricky thing is because many of the symptoms that we use to define depression are common symptoms of pregnancy. so things like irritability, changes in appetite, changes in energy all are normal symptoms of pregnancy and they're all symptoms of depression. you would also, though, when you're trying to look to see whether somebody has depression during pregnancy, or just depression in general, be looking at how sad are they? are they so sad they're having a difficult time getting ready? get up, going to work, going about their normal day? are they having suicidal thoughts? are they feeling really hopeless and helpless? you really have to look at the whole picture and assess how much of an effect it's having on their daily functioning to help you determine whether they're deve
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